Jon Hoem - CV

Førsteamanuensis ved Seksjon for kunst og handverk, Høgskolen i Bergen.

Tidligere har jeg utviklet studier og undervist i multimediejournalistikk, digital fotografering, digital kompetanse, og "Design av medierike ebøker".

Når det gjelder FoU er blant mye annet opptatt av forholdet mellom medier og fysiske steder. Blant annet knyttet til det lokative lydmediet Auditor, et eksempel på Sonic Augmented Reality. Utvidet virkelighet (AR), nettopp i utvidet forstand – f eks knyttet til installasjonskunst og roboter.

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27. juli 2016

Aisoy integration with TELLA

I'll have to share this one. Together with a team at UPV Alcoi we made Tella, a free app for learning small children basic mathematics (in Spanish, English and Norwegian). In Tella the children meet a small helper, a bird called Ella. Now the team in Alcoi have made a little twist, and we can have the Aisoy robot as a helper.


The robot is a bit restricted :) You should have in mind that this is just a test, of course with quite a few limitations. Among the things that should be developed is the scripted feedback and more complex interaction with the robot.

This have some substantial potential I think, which can be developed into learning resources that communicates with children with various learning needs in a much more mixed reality than what can be provided through the touchscreen on it own.

Speaking of... Read about Patrick Tresset, who has worked with robots for a decade, and ended up drawing quite beautiful portraits.


Another example, made by Linares & co, of interaction with the Aisoy robot through pretty advanced image recognition:



Aisoy is just one of many producers of social / educational robots. In Denmark, at Skolen på Nordens plads, they use a much more expensive robot in special education:



This partly seems as the same approach as The Norwegian company No Isolation has chosen for their robot AV1.

Danish TV has a quite extensive report from Skolen på Nordens plads. they have put quite a lot of thought into how the robot can be a catalyst in childrens' learning. It is by no means a replacement of the teacher:

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